Slow and steady changes are not recognized but can result in a compromise in the core skills
Feedback in the workplace is an essential component. The openness of a disciple and the grace of a guru will make this process an excellent experience.
Feedback hurts, brings the morale down, and even humiliates. But feedback is a mechanism that will put us on the right path and help us bring out the best in each of us.
Rules might change, myths might vanish, and only the minds which are open to learning will survive.
Author Stephen King’s uncle had insisted on carrying a large and heavy tool box yet the only tool that was needed to fix the problem was a screwdriver. Can you guess why? Read on!
Punctuation can get tricky especially when it comes to deciphering what the author intends to say and what strokes or dots need to be used to enhance the structure and meaning of a sentence. In Eats, Shoots & Leaves, by Lynne Truss, we discover how even the slightest of punctuation slipups can turn fatal!
Not many would link editing and psychology. Of course, it is nearly impossible to evaluate the psychology of editors since the person sitting behind every keyboard or holding red pen can be very diverse. So, contrary to the general opinion, putting editors in a box labeled ‘nerd’ may be difficult.
This week’s Editor’s Essentials Sunday Crossword has moved from “beginner to intermediate to “intermediate to advanced”. Hope you will like the crossword.
“Editing… one word at a time” is a quiz to test your vocabulary skills. Identify the wrong word in each question and replace it with the right word.
Happy Sunday to you all! Here is the fifth edition of Editor’s Essentials Sunday Crossword. This week’s edition is not…